The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 5, 1959 · Page 6
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 6

Austin, Minnesota
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Monday, January 5, 1959
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,6~AUSTlN (Minn.) HERALD Monday, Jon. 5, 1959^ NEWS for WOMEN COMING EVENTS iMarilynJ. Backes «»*-*»^*^. * •*» i * and James Sayles Exchange Vows MONDAY CLUB J will meet withi 702 S.' Mrs. Elmer Grunwaldt, Main, in the evening. REBEKAH LODGE will meet in the evening at the IOOF Hall. TELEPHONE WIVES Club will meet ia the evening at the community room -it- Sterling State Bank. WORLD WAR 1 Barracks and Auxiliary will meet in the evening at the VFW Hall. TUESDAY GIA to B of LE will meet in the afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Hogun, 607 Medary. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Bnckes. Cold Spring, Minn., announce the marriage ot their daughter, Marilyn Jane, to •Tames Sayles. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Snyles, Austin Acres Road. j The wedding took place Dec. 27. j at St. Boniface Church at Cold! Springs. j Miss Connie Backes, Mrs. Joseph' Backes Jr., Paul Sayles and Paul PATHICIA ALLAS BAPTIST BUILDERS Class.! Swank amended the couple. Ush-j First Baptist Church, will meet ers . were John Mo £ en and Dav '<' for a 1:30 dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Kathryn McLaughlin, 502 S. St. Paul. VFW AUXILIARY will meet in' the afternoon for sewing at the j home of Mrs. Edward Smock, 816) E. Bridge. ' EAGLES AUXILIARY will meet hi the evening for initiation at the FOE Hall, preceded by a meeting of officers. LINCOLN PTA will meet in the evening at the school. WOODSON PTA will meet in the tvening at the school. RNA WILL meet,with Mrs. Roy Morgan, 1408 Walnut, in the evening. PERSONAL NOTES Donald Yanzer is recuperating at St. Marys Hospital following surgery. His room number—2-221. Mrs. Carlisle Madison, Brownsdale, is a patient at St. Olaf Hospital, where she underwent surgery Friday. Her room number is 210. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lawrenz, St, Paul, were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Lawrenz, 1906 E. McKinley. Mrs. William H. Callahan, SOS Elm, is a patient at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester. Her room number is 124. Mrs. F. J. Paul left for Tulsa, Okla., today to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paul and family. Mrs. Edward Schwamm, 611 Nicholson, is a surgery patient at Methodist Hospital, Rochester. Her room number is 202-A, Floor Two. Classic Favorite [PRINTED PATTERN SIZES 12-20)40 Backes. Mr. and Mrs! Sayles are at home at 709 Lyndale. Your Hair, Like Hands, Needs Regular Care By ALICIA HART With the coining of cold weather, women who had no hair problems before suddenly find that their hair refuses to curl, develops sticklike ends and flattens out to the head. It is, in short, stubborn and hard to handle. A permanent helps even if you don't have one at any other time of year. But it also adds to the problem in a sense. It further dries out t h e hair and that is exactly what was wrong with it to start, Just as your skin needs creaming in order not to be dry and crackly, so does your hair need creaming all winter long. But it doesn't need gooey lotions.' It needs, the precious oils restored gently. One new lanolin-rich cream which comes in a tube will, the makers say, benefit the hair in one application. It's both a conditioner and a hairdressing. It will give best results if you brush it in thoroughly. Miss Patricia Alias, Richard 'L. Dunn Betrothal Announced Mrs. Phyllis Alias, 112'.* E. Water, announces.the engagement of her daughter, Patricia Jeanne, to Richard L. Dunn. He is the son of Mrs. Viola Dunn, 1000 North St. No date has been set for the wedding, Miss Ivadel Johnson and Daniel Fjetland Jr. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Vernelt Johnson, liceville, announce the marriage >f their daughter, Ivadel, to Dan- Miss Jeannie Loecher, Jerry Ryks Married at St. Augustine Church St. Augustine Church at 12:301 muffs with red carnations, holly p.m. Saturday was the scene of! and frosted bells. Their headbands the marriage of Miss Jeannfejwere of matching faille. Loecher and Jerry Ryks. The Bennie Ryks, brother of the bride is the daughter of Mr. and ] groom, was bestman and Roger Mrs. Ernest Loecher, 608 S. Main, i Loecher and Gene Hoist, grooms- and the groom Is the son of Mr. j men. Ushers were Melvln Mullen- and Mrs. Ben Ryks, Austin Rt. bach and Marvin Ryks. 5. The Rev. Robert G. Maher per- Mrs. Loecher was attired In a black and red sheath dress with formed the ceremony and Mrs.: black accessories and the groom's Mary Cronan played the nuptial mother wore a green and while music. j tweed sheath with black accessor- The bride was given in mar- ! ies. Their corsages were of white riage by her father. She wore a carnations and holly leaves, gown fashioned with a fitted bo-j A luncheon was served to 150 dice of Chantilly lace, the yoke guests following the ceremony, trimmed with pearls and sequins, j Members of the Rosary Society a stand-up collar, long sleeves and served the luncheon and Mis? a Bothered skirt of net n "d ' ace Carol Schmit and Miss Lois Olin- over satin with designs in seq- '• ger served at the punch bowl. Mrs. uins and pearls. A crown of seed Roger Andrews was in charge of pearls and sequins held her finger- the guest book and Mrs. Tony. tip vcil of illusion net and shejPlotts and Mrs. Darrel Stoltz, the! * colonia l bou ? uet ° { i* lfta - _, carnations and red Sweet- Mr. and Mrs. Ryks will reside ANNIVERSARIES — The past six months have been an important period for wedding anniversaries in the family pictured here. On June 14, the Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Taylor, Minneapolis, right center, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary; on Oct. 14, Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, L. Searles, Lyle, center, observed their golden wedding anniversary. Then on Nov. 28, the Taylors' son, Leon, and the former Janet Bonner, Swaledale, Iowa, left, were married and on Dec. 6, wedding of the Taylors' daughter, Lois, and Richard Nagel, Austin, right, took place. The Rev. and Mrs. Taylor are former residents of Brownsdale. heart roses with streamers of rosebuds and frosted bells. at Fort Bragg, N. C. For travel, the bride chose a blue sheath Miss -Decnna Loecher, sister of dress with black accessories and Ann Reads Between the Lines By ANN LANDERS Dear Ann Landers: I'm in my the bride, was maid of honor and a corsage of white carnations andj senior y ear at the um 'versity but I'm going into a profession which Miss JoAnn Swank and Mrs. David Murray were bridesmaids. I They wore waltz-length gowns of 486! You can use a moderate (350 i degrees) for toasting coconut; just I make sure you place the coconut Jin a thin layer in a shallow pan and stir often with a fork during the toasting. Quick luncheon dish: mix a well- flavored cheese sauce with cooked elbow macaroni and drained flakes tuna. Turn into a deep pie plate, sprinkle with cheese and brown under the broiler. Jiffy! Warm! Gay! By ANNE ADAMS red Sweetheart roses, Mrs. Ryks has been employed at the Hennipen County Probation Of- carnation red brocaded faille with fice, Minneapolis and the groom is princess lines and carried white | serving with the armed forces. Mrs. Daniel Fjetland Sr., Rice ville. The wedding took place Dec. 18, at Christian Alliance Church, Osage Iowa. Attendants were Miss Betty Fjet- and and Dale Johnson. Darrel 'jetland and Loren Fjetland were ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Fjetland will make their home at Osage. TOOLS OF THE TRADE TUCSON, Ariz. UK —The new officers of the Tucson Professional Photographers Assn. lined up to have their picture taken — and foUnc ! no '\ e jW° attendi "B members had b ™^ « camera. Teen-agers go for a fizz made 'rom equal parts of grape juice and ginger ale. CREEK . CORNERSTONE RICHMOND, Va. iff,— A stone from the Areopagus where Paul the Apostle first preached to the Athenians is the cornerstone for the new St, Constantine Greek Orthodox Church here. It is a gift from the Greek government, removed from Mars Hill in Athens. j Miss Veronica Schrage and Dean L.Adams Married at Stacyville Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schrage, Dsage, announce the marriage of their daughter, Veronica Joyce, to Dean Leslie Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart Adams, Stacyville. The wedding took place Dec. 27, at Visitation Church, Stacyville. Attending the couple were Miss Nancy Clark, Miss Beverly The term "shallow-fat frying" means to cook food in from one to three inches of hot fat. MAKE IT YOURSELF—Sally Victor, noted milliner, has designed this hat to be made by home seamstresses from a standard pattern, in fabrics for day or evening. With Designer's Help, It's Fun and Simple to Make Your Hats By DOROTHY ROE The biggest thrill any home requires at least three additional years of training. I've been going with a girl who has a very good job and has shown me a r i t h metic proving we could manage financially if we married. We've been indiscreet on several occasions (I hope you can read be- Ann Landers tween the lines) and now that she's talking about a wedding date I'm in the embarrassing position of not knowing for certain that I want to marry the gal. I know you'll call me a dirty dog, but should I be pushed into a marriage I'm not sure I want? Dear Ann: My brother-in-law (I'll call him Art) came to live with us last December when his mother was put in a mental institution. I t h i n k he should have gone with her. Art is 17 and in the 9th grade. He's sloppy, lazy, and has a vicious temper. He won't listen to me. My husband never says a word to discipline him. Our 3-year-old son is terrified of Art and says he hits him. My husband claims the boy imagines things or is lying. I've been under a doctor's care for nerves since by brother-in- law moved in. We are his legal Adams, Mrs. Richard Brown, r £'",!! ^Y , /, r,l™ n Aria,™ T.O™ c^ n : know ' loo > tnat l deserve a swift Glenn Adams, Leon Schrage and Richard Brown. Denise Elliott was flower girl and Richard Mayer, ringbearer. Mr. and Mrs. Adams will make kick in the pants, but I need some advice. I'll gladly take both. — THE RAM P. S. There's no baby en route. Dear Ram: Level with this girl Army. PATRIOTIC TOO 11.. , ***-M. 4.vitiu, i_j^vfi Wllill VUlO th eir home in North Carolina,]and start to date others while you where he is stationed with the can still make the last statement. You are a dirty dog and you do deserve a swift kick in the pants. But I'm not going to advise a young ROANOKE, Va. Uft ~ The Roan- i nlan to get married if he ' s ""sure oke postoffice reports a 20 per centj"" e v e n if ne wi »s "indiscreet." drop in accidents involving pos-l tal trucks since the olive drab!paint of the vehicles was changed to red, white and blue. was "indiscreet.' (Yeah—I can read between the Many college students marry — and marry successfully — while still in school. But in these cases, they are sure and both are will- To scald milk, allow to stand ing to accept the responsibilities, over low heat until tiny bubbles You are neighter sure nor will- appear around the edge, ing. and some of the language shocked me. I didn't want to act like a baby so I said nothing. I want the boys to respect me but I don't wish to be prudish. How shall 1 behave? -DEEP PURPLE A lady does not laugh at dirty jokes. Laughter adds up to appro- 400,000 CONVERTED NASHVILLE, Tenn. Wl — Preliminary Southern Baptist statistics indicate more than 400,000 new converts joined he denomination's churches in 3D58. RELIEF REPORT WASHINGTON, D. C. iff, The National Catholic Welfare Conference reports that Catholic Relief Services has sent 723 million clol- years, val, and encourages more of theilars worth of supplies to needy same. If you had sawed off the (people overseas in the last 15 | young man after the first joke, that would have put an end to it. Vulgar words are inexcusable. Remove angelfood cake from its If you wish to be thought of as pan as soon as the pan feels cool a lady, remind your date that you j when you touch it, after inverting. are one, when he forgets. This procedure insures maximum crust — no undue amount stick- Does almost everyone have a ing ^ t ] ie pan . guardians until he's 21, but I'll good time but you? If so, send never last that long. What do i for Ann Landers' new booklet,!' you suggest? — DONE IN Admirable that your husband wants to "do right" by his subnormal brother but he's ignoring his obligations to you and his son. Explain the situation to your doctor. He should tell your husband what this arrangement is doing to his family. If your husband refuses to step in and discipline Art, tell him you're leaving for the sake of your own mental health and the welfare of your son. Dear Ann: I'm 17, considered hip and popular at high school. I've started to date a few college men and have run into a situation I'm unable to handle. A certain dreamy guy asked me for a date. We tripled with five other college students. My date told a rather dirty joke and everyone laughed. I laughed, too, although I was uncomfortable, His joke reminded another fellow of a story and the one he told was really raw. The stories got worse "How To Be Well-Liked," enclos-i ing with your request 20 cents inj coin and a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope. (Ann Landers will be glad to lielp you with your problems. Send them to her in care of THE HERALD enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope.) UNITY CONFERENCE INDIANAPOLIS UPl — Christian (Disciples of Christ) churches are taking part in a six-month series of 10 conferences at colleges and seminaries across the country on Christian unity, lasting until next April. JUST A MUSIC LOVER Donald G. Martindale, 20 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Donald G. Martindale, 20, was giving a peaceful organ recital in the Maywood Methodist Church when the police suddenly charged in and arrested him. It seems the church was closed at the time. RELIEVE PAINFUL COLD MISERIES FAST WITH BUFFERIN No Shoes Tied on Honeymoon Plane MORRISTOWN, N. J. dfi - No one tied old shoes and tin cans on Mr. and Mrs. Al Gross' car when they sped off on their honey, moon. The Grosses flew away in seamstress can have (in the sew- • their own plane, ing field, that is) is to make herj They circled 3,000 miles about first successful hat. Housedresses and children's clothes are all in the day's work, but a flattering hat is a creation. Most women hesitate to try this project, believing that there is a spe- 3 -..~. „ cial magic in the milliner's art. Weight to the OunC6 But almost every woman yearns a wn twv, to try. EL PASO, Tex. Ml — Miss Recognizing this universal urge, Anne Goodwin of El Paso, 28 the United States on a 25-day airel honeymoon. "We really flew high," said the newlyweds. Guesses Alligator's By L.Yt'KA WUEELEIt flower medallions make this afghan ! a bright beamy, a ahowplcce In llv- Ing-room, den or bedroom. Use scraps of wool. Easy pickup work! Crochet 5 Inch _ . flowers In kulttlui; worst«a, Join 'em TIJ choose til* shJrtwaUt," vtlt beUor afgtiun. Paiteru 643: directions, your moat-frequent tnswer to I9o9's! color schemes. What-to-wear question. Soft gathers' S«ud Thirty . five Cent* (coins) for *dd easy smannes* to the yoke-curv-j chJs pattern — add 5 cents for each ed bodloa and three-quarter sleeves, pattern for 1st - duos mailing. Senctj Tomorrow's pattern: Women's dress. 10 the Austin Dally Herald Needle- Printed Pattern 4861: Misses' Sizes craft Dept. P. o. Box 169 Old Chel- 13. 14, 16. IB, 20; 40. 6U« 16 taken: sea Station. New York It. N. Y. Print 4!4 yard* 38-inch fabric. plainly PATTEUN NUMBER, NAME Printed direction! on each pat- 'ADDRESS and ZONE. tern part. Easier, accurate. Send Jor a copy of 1959 Laura Send FIFTV CENTS In coin* for 'Wheeler NeectlecraH Book. It has love- thU pattern — add 10 cent* for each ly designs to order: embroidery, cro- pattern lor 1st . clasi mailing Send chet, knitting, weaving, quilting, toys.I to Anne Ad&nu, care of the Austin In the book, a special surprise to! Dally Herald. Pattern Dept.. 243 West i make a mr.e ylrl h<ippy—a cut-out I nth St., New York 11, N. Y Print (doll, clothes to color. Send 25 ewua' plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, for thus boot Sally Victor, noted milliner whose custom-designed hats sell at from i $50 up, has designed for a major i pattern company a hat planned i for home sewing fans. It has only three pattern pieces and requires year-old clerk - typist, won the recent El Paso Herald-Post contest to guess the weight of an alligator. She guessed 240 pounds and 2 ounces — right on the button. She $100 1 IT'S THOMSEN CLEANERS AGAIN! MEN'S AND LADIES' SUITS (No Coupon Books to Buy) All This plus Thomson's Traditional Hi Qualily Workmanship and Service - Plus "NU-LIFE" Cleaning Thomsen Cleaners Phone HE 3-6755 for Prompt Pick Up & Delivery Service - FREEI a mere % yard of fabric. i said she had never even seen the Local sewing center experts sug-: reptile, gest you make several hats from' the same pattern, in different fab- ABSENT MINDED rics and colors. The deep-fitting | SAN DIEGO, Calif. — A cloche is perfect protection again- j clerk at the Civic Center was rest winter winds when made in! ported missing by his supervisor corduroy, wool or velvet. It's after a four-day absence from his equally appropriate for evening!job and apartment. It turned out or theater wear, when made in>e wasn't missing; he'd just pale satin. i hopped a Naval Reserve flight to The woman who likes the (en-! Alaska and back and forgot to semble idea will find it simple'mention it. to buy a little extra fabric when selecting material for a new dress, If your cakes are not browning so she can have a hat to match, .the way they should, it may be The hat may be trimmed with you are baking them in pans that a small bow of matching or con- ' are too deep for the amount of trasting fabric, a scrap of mink, a ', batter. Use the size of pan speci- flower or a jeweled pin. jfjed in a reliable recipe. 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